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Mosaic Mural Finds Home at Gaynor Family Regional Library

The City of Selkirk’s Canada 150 Mosaic Mural, created by the people of Selkirk, was unveiled Tuesday, June 27 at its permanent home at the Gaynor Family Regional Library. Selkirk was one of about 150 communities across the country that created a Canada 150 Mosaic Mural, made from 800 tiles, each painted by a community member.…

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Canada Day

Canada Day Public Notice Please be advised that the City of Selkirk Municipal Buildings will be closed on Monday, July 3, 2017 in lieu of Canada Day. The Committee of the Whole meeting has been rescheduled to be held on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at 7:00 pm. The City of Selkirk wishes everyone a safe…

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City Salutes Senator Sinclair for Leadership and Dedication

Senator Recognized for a Lifetime of Effective Service It’s a long way from the classrooms and sports fields of the high school in Selkirk to the hallowed hallways of the Canadian Senate in our nation’s capital. Yet such was the journey for Senator Murray Sinclair, who was welcomed home recently in the wake of a…

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Canada Day 150

Canada Day 150 at Waterfront Park in Selkirk is coming up fast. The Selkirk Waterfront will again be the hub for a variety of activities for the whole family during Canada Day 150 celebrations. Activities will run all day long in and around the Selkirk Waterfront, capped off by the region’s most spectacular fireworks display…

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Renovations Complete, Pool to Open with a Splash June 24

Enhanced Facility Ready for Another Busy Season Come on down, the water is great! Several months and over $200,000 later, a new and improved Selkirk Park Pool is ready to welcome swimmers for the season starting June 24. Significant upgrades over the fall and winter to improve safety and water quality are now complete and…

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